Liz Wardwell

Social Media Manager

Liz Wardwell has served as the studio’s social media manager since graduating from Encore in 2017. As an Encore alum, she is thrilled to have the opportunity to work alongside her mentors and remain involved at the studio. After receiving her Bachelor’s degree in Public Relations, she began working towards her Master’s degree in Sport Management at Millersville University. Liz is currently a professional dancer for the NLL Philadelphia Wings at the Wells Fargo Center, as well as the Manheim Township Dance Team Coach, and is always excited to share her experiences with Encore students and support them in their dance careers.

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What People are Saying

What I love most about Encore is not only the exceptional dance foundation my daughter is receiving, but also the emphasis on building kind, confident, positive dancers and leaders. Alvina takes great care to ensure that her studio is a safe place for all dancers, and that the dancers care for and respect each other. Every teacher is professional and holds the dancer to high standards, while also encouraging fun and creativity. I also appreciate how studying dance has given my daughter strong core strength and flexibility, which is evident when she competes in other sports. We love being a part of the Encore family!

My daughters Mia and Ellie are beginning their fourteenth and tenth years dancing at Encore Dance Center. Over the years, the excellent professional and caring teachers at Encore have provided them with skills and instruction to become beautiful dancers, but they have learned much more. The girls are patient, determined, helpful, respectful and confident, and those values are reinforced every day at Encore. They also have made memories and friendships that will last a lifetime. Encore has been an important part of their lives and our family

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